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people. first to row dell-you heard from former supervisor doesy will be recognizing you and your colleaguings and representative oh, walky kristinee and but today i stand before you to recognize our wonderful leader in the assembly fee i don't evenna who has joined us today please give her a warm welcome. and for those i do not knows here's a brief background overt last ten years that fee i don't evenna has accomplished in public service she began her public service as a member of the assessment public appeals board and to the john burden done and she was elected to the board of supervisors in 2,002 and pan banned toxic chemicals and toys and led effort to protect local woman and minority business in his contracting practices focused on woman's health and domestic violence suspicious now keep in mind this is a ten year career that i'm condensing into five bullet points? he was a pointed majority and speaker pro testimony making mer her the most senior asian woman in the state of california she pass of the legislation, again like i mentioned she led the evident and continues to
that information is part of the public record. mary ellen o'dell is the putnam county executive. mark green is a radio talk show host and former public advocate of new york city. miss o'dell, if i were to walk into the office where those records are kept as a citizen of that community, i imagine i'd get access to them. so why shouldn't that same right extend to the local newspaper? >> well, it's a -- that's not really i think a fair example of what we're trying to argue against today. you know, we're really looking at this as a privacy issue. we're looking to make sure that our constituents' safety is primary, it's paramount to us in putnam county. most of our residents are law enforcement or first responders. we have a lot of veterans and, you know, we want to make sure that their families are safe and themselves, that they're not put at risk because of this. and i just want to say on the other side to this, it's not just about those who follow the process and who legally have obtained, you know, pistol permits. we're talking about those jids, our residents, who choose not to have a weapon
senate insider. on the power panel perry wakon, ron reagan, and suzy dell percio. joanne reid is the anchor for that show. >> asparagus, algae and romney. can't beat that, right? >> pretty good stuff. >> indeed. thank you. well, it is the first day of the class -- for the 113th congress, but some republicans aren't exactly pecking an apple for speaker john boehner. we'll bring you the speaker nominations and votes live. >>> and look at the fractures within the gop. we'll look at that with panelists jonathan kapart, lee gallagher, and nick. plus, lawmakers from the northeast blast house leadership for playing politics with disaster relief funding by playing politics. we'll look at congress's sandy fumble and swayed by 2016. we will look -- we will discuss some of the fiscal cliff votes and how they could be early indicators of white house ambitions. all that when "now" starts in three minutes. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations,
the road, i've been here since 1995, only way you get big deals through other than dell terraform is it has to be bipartisan. that's what mitch mcconnell has said. if you are going to move the balanced budget act of 1997, that was divided government. obamacare was different because democrats had control of everything. when we talk about tax reform or entitlements, things on the table, there's zero little hope. but the way negotiations went over the last month on the fiscal cliff., i am not cliff. host: dan is a republican in youngstown, ohio. caller: past generations have suffered through the bad times and so did the good times, but they did not pass massive amounts of debt down to the next generation. that is what we are doing. democrats, especially the ones in the senate that have gone even more democratic, because they are firmly entrenched with obama that they are going to increase revenue and not cut spending. they don't even recognize spending is a problem. for us to continue the path -- to pass this data on to our children or grandchildren, if there's any decent person in washington
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